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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » DAILY CHRONICLE™ » World Market rallies.

World Market rallies.

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1World Market rallies. Empty World Market rallies. Thu Sep 19, 2013 5:32 pm

dhanurrox


Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics
http://www.bloomberg.com/markets/stocks/

2World Market rallies. Empty Re: World Market rallies. Thu Sep 19, 2013 6:35 pm

bullrun

bullrun
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
Assistant Vice President - Equity Analytics
It means we can expect late super September?

3World Market rallies. Empty Re: World Market rallies. Thu Sep 19, 2013 7:11 pm

sikka89


Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Major world markets reached new highs this year,some are still moving up but CSE is stuck.Twisted Evil 
Let's hope for the best in last quarter.Very Happy 

4World Market rallies. Empty Re: World Market rallies. Fri Sep 20, 2013 8:24 am

Slstock

Slstock
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics
Okay the first surprise I was talking about for sometime came with FEDS.( a global one() Is this enough for CSE to start the surprise turn we are looking for.  If the interest rates were cut ( in SL)  it would have given further a  much needed mental boost.

Let see where this news is enough for some big boy to get active and show the way to the sleeping traders/short term boys.

Now if we go with probability today has to be green. But I know better to not be too academic at CSE . A market like no other ( maybe BSE is another exception)


5World Market rallies. Empty Re: World Market rallies. Sat Sep 21, 2013 1:47 am

Slstock

Slstock
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics
@slstock wrote:

Let see where this news is enough for  some big boy to get active and show the way to the sleeping traders/short term boys.

Now if we go with probability today has to be green. But I know better to not be  too academic at CSE . A market like no other ( maybe BSE is another exception)


Okay probability confirmed to be true. Let see monday, then tuesday.. :-)

6World Market rallies. Empty Re: World Market rallies. Sat Sep 21, 2013 1:57 am

traderathome

traderathome
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
@slstock wrote:Okay the first surprise I was talking about for sometime  came with FEDS.( a global one() Is this enough for CSE to start the surprise turn we are looking for.  If the interest rates were cut ( in SL)  it would have given further a  much needed mental boost.

Let see where this news is enough for  some big boy to get active and show the way to the sleeping traders/short term boys.

Now if we go with probability today has to be green. But I know better to not be  too academic at CSE . A market like no other ( maybe BSE is another exception)


We will see gradual shift towards FM such as Srilanka by Big Boys from US & Europe. But the as FED is still required further confirmation that QE is bringing the much needed improvement in US economy, this may hamper more inflow towards other markets.

We need to wait for the another confirmation from the FED to know that they have done away (put in the back burner) with the tapering at least for some considerable period of time.

If more hedge funds and big players draws their attention towards FM....this will be ample for a nice run.
TAH

Redbulls

Redbulls
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics
LONDON (ShareCast) - - Fed's Bullard signals October stimulus cut
- Germans head to polls Sunday
- Euro-area consumer confidence rises
- EU changes budget policies to support periphery
- UK public finances improve

FTSE 100 (FTSE: ^FTSE - news) : -0.43%
DAX (Xetra: ^GDAXI - news) : -0.23%
CAC 40 (Paris: ^FCHI - news) : 0.11%
FTSE MIB (Milan: FTSEMIB.MI - news) : -0.39%
IBEX 35: 0.18%
Stoxx 600: -0.24%

European equities ended the week mixed after Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard said the central bank may reduce stimulus at its next policy meeting.

Just two days after the Fed's announcement that it would keep up its $85bn monthly asset purchases, Bullard said a tapering could be on the cards for an October meeting.

In an interview with Bloomberg ahead of his speech in New York on Friday, he called October a "live meeting" because "it's possible you could get some data that change the complexion of the outlook and could make the committee be comfortable with a small taper in October".

The Fed on Wednesday decided to keep its monetary easing unchanged following a two-day policy meeting, surprising economists who had predicted a cut of between $10bn to $15bn per month.

"That was a borderline decision" after "weaker data came in," Bullard said.

Bullard has previously said that the central bank should not rush into trimming its quantitative easing.

The Fed wasn't the only central bank to shock markets this week as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced a 25 basis-point rise in its main policy rate, to 7.5% from 7.25%, although it unwound some short-term tightening measures.

German election looms

Germans will head to the polls on Sunday to vote in the federal election.

An INSA opinion poll on the German election published Friday showed the opposition Social Democrats climbing one percentage point to 28%, 10 points behind Angela Merkel's Christian Democrats party. The parties both fell short of a majority.

Free Democrats, the governing coalition's partners, failed to reach the 5% threshold they need to enter parliament.

Another survey, conducted by telephone for the public television network ZDF, showed the Chancellor's centre-right party is backed by 40% of voters, while the centre-left Social Democrats earned the backing of 27%.
The Free Democrats, were supported by 6%.

Despite Merkel's popularity, the fresh polls signal a difficult road ahead this weekend, meaning she may have to form a government with another party.

Also in Europe, consumer confidence rose less than expected. The European Commission's index of consumer sentiment increased to minus 14.9 in September from minus 15.6 in August, missing the minus 14.5 estimate.

EU regulation, Britain's public finances

European finance officials have approved a change to the region's budget policies which allows for lowered austerity requirements among the hardest hit countries in the Eurozone.

"The decision to allow an amendment to a calculation by the European Commission to alleviate the requirements in relation to the size of budget deficits being run within each country is certainly controversial and has been met with significant criticism," said Joshua Mahony, Research Analyst at Alpari.

"There are worries as to whether such a measure would allow nations to resume normal business and cast aside austerity measures with significantly improved data."

However, Mahony noted that many see this as a necessary towards loosening the framework for more troubled nations to pull themselves out of financial ruins.

In the UK, public finances showed a smaller than anticipated deficit in August, supported by a drop in spending by government departments. The deficit was £13.157 in August, the Office for National Statistics said, compared to £14.409bn the same month last year and forecasts of £13.5bn.

Tate & Lyle (LSE: TATE.L - news) , BP (LSE: BP.L - news)

Shares in food and sweeteners manufacturer Tate & Lyle fell after the Credit Suisse (NYSE: CS - news) reduced its rating from 'outperform' to 'neutral'.

BP's shares rallied as investors speculated on rumours of a takeover bid by US energy (NasdaqCM: USEG - news) giant Exxon Mobil.

Adidas (LSE: 0OLD.L - news) declined after cutting the lower end of its profit forecast for 2013 by 7.9%.

Mediaset SpA (Other OTC: MDIUY - news) gained after Morgan Stanley (Xetra: 885836 - news) increased its target price on the broadcaster controlled by former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to €3.65 from €2.15.

Direct Line dropped after Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) sold 300m shares at 210p each in its third sale of a stake in the insurance company.

A gauge of miners including Randgold Resources, Antofagasta (Other OTC: ANFGF - news) and Vedanta Resources (Other OTC: VDNRF - news) snapped Thursday's rise as the prices of gold, silver and copper retreated.

Brent crude rises

Brent crude futures rose $0.321 to $109.110 per barrel.

The euro fell 0.06% to the 1.3522 US dollar.

RD
http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/europe-close-stocks-mixed-feds-170400699.html

8World Market rallies. Empty Re: World Market rallies. Sat Sep 21, 2013 2:34 am

Slstock

Slstock
Director - Equity Analytics
Director - Equity Analytics
On a practical note, whenever this happens how much will this effect Sri Lanka stock market? CSE is so small : smaller than a multinational company.

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